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Ivy Ingram

Ivy Ingram, M.A., helps busy, exhausted, or over-worked people find time for themselves, recovering the health, calmness, and joy that they may not have felt for years. A certified Ayurvedic health practitioner and yoga teacher based in Austin, Texas, Ivy uses the powerful but simple tools of Ayurveda and Yoga to teach how to reduce stress, find your unique state of health, and still keep the many plates of your life spinning. She educates and inspires through group events, classes and individual sessions with clients, as well as in her monthly newsletter and other articles. Her clinical practice focuses on women’s health issues, digestive system concerns, and resolution of stress-related symptoms.

Ivy Ingram

Ivy received her Ayurveda certification from the world-renowned Dr. Vasant Lad after an intensive year-long program at the Ayurvedic Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She also lived and studied in southern India for six months. Her primary teacher there is Dr. A.R. Ramadas, with whom she studied Ayurvedic nutrition, herbs, spiritual practices, panchakarma theory and hands-on therapies. She is a professional level member of the National Ayurvedic Medicine Association and the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

Ivy is also a nationally certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga and meditation since 2002. She has completed two 200-hour yoga teacher training programs, one at Integrative Yoga Therapy and another at Kripalu Yoga Center. She has specialized training in teaching yoga to people with cancer and cardiac conditions as well as pre-natal yoga. She has taught yoga to staff at a Harvard teaching hospital, patients in a cancer treatment center, and inmates in the Texas and Oregon prison systems. A dedicated student of vedic chant and Sanskrit, she is fascinated by the power of sound, poetry and the spoken word in healing. She has a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Boston College, a bachelor’s degree in literature from Brown University, and a life-long commitment to helping people find their own path to health and joy.

Festival Presentation: Ayurveda for the Yogi

Sunday October 28th 1:00 pm

Many of us have felt the healing power of yoga, and with the teachings of Ayurveda, we can take those gifts one step further. Ayurveda is the ancient healing system that grew up alongside Yoga thousands of years ago. Translated as "the science or knowledge of life," Ayurveda's emphasis is on health and preventing the imbalances that lead to disease. Ayurveda teaches HOW to be healthy according to your unique constitution and how to restore balance when life has gotten out of control. In this talk, you will learn the daily cycles of the three doshas (natural energy patterns), when these different energies naturally surge and fall within us. You will gain specific strategies to create sustained energy throughout the day, improve your digestion, and spontaneously deepen your yoga and meditation practices.

www.ivyingram.com

 

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